Around the same time, Electronic Arts executive Patrick Söderlund, to whom BioWare’s leadership reported, played the Anthem Christmas demo. According to three people familiar with what happened, he told BioWare that it was unacceptable. (Söderlund did not respond to a request for comment.) He was particularly disappointed by the graphics. “He said, ‘This is not what you had promised to me as a game,’” said one person who was there. Then, those developers said, Söderlund summoned a group of high-level BioWare staff to fly out to Stockholm, Sweden and meet with developers at DICE, the studio behind Battlefield and Frostbite. (DICE would later bring in a strike team to help BioWare work out Frostbite kinks and make Anthem look prettier.)
Cutter wrote on Dec 9, 2016, 11:10:They considered whether they could legally force a suspect's finger or thumb on to the device's fingerprint reader to unlock it, but found they had no such power.
However, they concluded they could stage their own lawful "street robbery" - using a similar snatch technique to a thief - and in June a team set out to do precisely that.
How in the fucking fuck is that legal? Really so cops in Britain can just walk up to you and take anything they like whenever they feel like it? Britain, wtf?! Every day I see this insane news about Britian it just looks more and more Orwellian. Glad my ancestors left in that case.
And yet again another major corporation caught in commission of a crime and no one goes to jail, much less even get fired.
Zarkonis wrote on Jul 29, 2016, 10:53:
Guess what? In almost every case, state law can trump federal law. Case in point: Colorado and its laws on weed. Feds haven't stepped in, because the state would just say "sorry, our land, our laws".